College Football Player Made To Do Extra Lap After Sexual Assault Charge

September 1, 2017        
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TALLAHASSEE, FL--Florida State linebacker Teddy McCullough was disciplined by head coach Jimbo Fisher on Saturday after being convicted of misdemeanor sexual assault against a female student at the school. His punishment? One extra lap at the end of practice. “You! McCullough! Take a lap!” Fisher shouted as the rest of the team jogged off the field at the end of practice. “While you’re running, think about what you’ve done wrong. Think about how your actions have affected this team and your selfishness has created an unnecessary distraction. We do NOT sexually assault on this team! Why? It’s illegal! That’s it. That’s the only reason.” A week earlier, Fisher sentenced another player to two extra laps for being late to a meeting.

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